To use aeromodelling as a context to develop innovation and creativity as valuable life skills
To support child development in resilience and well-being
To provide an inspiring educational resource that facilitates engagement in STEM subjects
to make your own decisions
to consider alternative solutions
that failure can be an opportunity
to take calculated risks
critical thinking and problem solving skills
to apply and prove scientific principles in a dynamic and purposeful way
hand eye coordination, fine motor skills, spatial awarenss
state of the art technologies communication skills and processes
innovative skills, design management
following safe procedures and routines
Current Developments: Aug 2019
We are currently in transition to a larger and rural site that will facilitate more of what we do best.
We shall be in contact with our mailing list once we are up to speed. Watch this space for further news!
A very satisfying conclusion for our Quantity challenge students who had crashed before the event in 2018, and returned this year with a more stable plane and gearbox;
for our distance team with a new wing and a repeat win for our egg team with a slippery thing they called 'SpaceEggs'
As we break down our current site to move to a large one in Northants - congratulations to our Suffolk students who will be sporting aircraft for 2020 if the government still allows RC modelling by then.